Cohesive Silicone Gel Vs Saline Breast Implant for Patient with Lupus?
I'm considering the transaxillary endoscopic Breast Implants using either cohesive silicone gel (gummy bear) or saline implant material.
For a person with potential to have lupus (I tested positive on ANA test 3 years ago and had symptom. At that time, doc said it's not lupus yet, but said I may have lupus potential), which is safer in terms of not causing lupus in potential lupus patient?
I read cohesive silicone gel doesn't migrate far if shell's ruptured, does this make it as safe as saline? How about the outer shell of saline implant, which is still silicone? Thanks!